Greenwich Peninsula Walking Tour
We'll discuss the architecture of the new Millennium and the latest visions to transform Greenwich's dramatic peninsula
Join the Architecture Foundation for a walking tour exploring the Greenwich Peninsula. Discover the major schemes transforming this former industrial wasteland into London’s newest and most ambitious mixed-use district.
From mediaeval palace to Baroque masterpiece, Greenwich has been dramatically shaped by its inhabitants from the Romans to the present day. A landscape of architectural innovation, scientific discovery, education, entertainment and tourism – Greenwich is poised to embark on its grandest transformation yet.
Eighteen years after the turn of the Millennium plans have been approved for 15,000 new homes around the iconic Dome. Explore the motionless waterfront quays in East Greenwich earmarked for London’s new cruise ship terminal and an eight hectare OMA masterplan, Morden Wharf.
Debate the latest proposals for the peninsula by Santiago Calatrava, Mole Architects, Adam Khan Architects, 6a Architects, David Kohn Architects and Architecture 00. Witness landmark schemes by RSHP, Foreign Office Architects, Marks Barfield Architects and Wilkinson Eyre.
Discuss the long-lost hopes of the new Millennium and the future of housing and small scale industry as London weathers the latest global storm. Find hidden fringe spaces for thought and imagination beneath the towering skyline of London’s newest financial district.
The tour will last for two hours, beginning at the Cutty Sark, and ending at North Greenwich Station.
Start: Cutty Sark
End: North Greenwich Station
This tour is wheelchair and buggy accessible
There will be a comfort break halfway through the walking tour